Mike Myers
2/25/16

The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs has gotten around to taking a look at the state of Indigenous health in what is now the Great Plains Region....

Mike Myers
2/8/16

As the season of Wahta Osis (Maple Sap) approaches I’m reminded of a conversation I had with a friend of mine who has gotten into the commercial maple syrup business....

Mike Myers
1/31/16

After nine years the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal has made a landmark and far reaching decision about the quality of Indigenous child welfare....

Mike Myers
1/18/16

Way back when the City of Sherrill case was headed to the U.S. Supreme Court I had a conversation with a non-Indigenous lawyer friend of mine about it....

Mike Myers
1/5/16

As the Gregorian/ISO 8601 year 2016 begins in this part of the world it’s a bright sunny day. Up to now we’ve had a warmer than usual Fall and Winter but it seems to have settled back into its usual rhythm....

Mike Myers
12/28/15

As the Gregorian calendar winds down, we enter a period when since ancient times we pause to reflect, assess, envision and prepare ourselves for the next cycle of life....

Mike Myers
12/4/15

An interesting case has landed in the U.S. Supreme Court: Dollar General v. Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians....

Mike Myers
11/30/15

An interesting fact has emerged from the recent jihadist rampage in Paris is the age of the attackers. According to the BBC the attackers that have been identified so far are all in their late 20s or early 30s....

Mike Myers
11/12/15

Environmentalists, Indigenous folks and others were overjoyed to hear that President Obama has cancelled the Keystone XL Pipeline....

Mike Myers
11/6/15

I want to thank Gyasi Ross for the article, “...

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